Active record count in ValidTimeState tables

In the previous blog post we have explored how to tell how many records do we have per company account using a T-SQL Query. But AX does have a concept which SQL cannot cope with, and makes it a bit harder to tell the active record count in ValidTimeState tables.

The following job can pull back this value for us, in order to validate if data migration row counts are matching between AX 2012 and D365FO.

static void WIK_findValidTimeStateKey_Tables(Args _args)
{
    DictTable           dictTable;
    Dictionary          dict = new Dictionary();
    TableId             tableId;
    Common              common;
    date                currentDate = systemDateGet();
 
    setPrefix('Record count for ValidTimeStateKey tables');
    tableId = dict.tableNext(0);
 
    while (tableId)
    {
        dictTable = new DictTable(tableId);
        if (!dictTable.isTmp() && !dictTable.isTempDb() && !dictTable.isView()
            && (dictTable.configurationKeyId() ? isConfigurationKeyEnabled(dictTable.configurationKeyId()) : true)
            && dictTable.isValidTimeStateTable())
        {
            common = dictTable.makeRecord();
            select validTimeState(currentDate) count(RecId) from common;
 
            if (common.RecId)
            {
                info(strFmt('%1\t%2', dictTable.name(), common.RecId));
            }
        }
 
        tableId = dict.tableNext(tableId);
    }
}

SQL record count by company

As part of our Data Upgrade from AX 2012 to Dynamics 365 Finance and Operations we had to ensure a way of telling how many records do we have per data area. Data import via entities are company-based, so we had to find out a reliable way to tell if everything has been successfully transferred. The following script can tell exactly that, show the SQL record count by company:

SET NOCOUNT ON
DECLARE @tableName NVARCHAR(255);
DECLARE @statement NVARCHAR(MAX);
 
-- Temporary table for storing record counts
CREATE TABLE #jdm_count (TableName NVARCHAR(255), Company NVARCHAR(4), RecordCount int)
 
-- Cursor for getting list of User-created tables
DECLARE cur_name CURSOR FOR
       SELECT QUOTENAME(SCHEMA_NAME(sOBJ.schema_id))
              + '.' + QUOTENAME(sOBJ.name)
       FROM sys.objects as sOBJ
       WHERE
              sOBJ.type = 'U'
              AND sOBJ.is_ms_shipped = 0x0
       ORDER BY SCHEMA_NAME(sOBJ.schema_id), sOBJ.name;
 
OPEN cur_name
 
-- Loop tables
FETCH NEXT FROM cur_name INTO @tableName
WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
BEGIN
       -- Construct SQL Statement for getting company-specific record count
       SELECT @statement = 'SELECT ''' + @tableName + ''' AS [TableName]'
              + IIF(COL_LENGTH(@tableName, 'DATAAREAID') IS NOT NULL, ', DATAAREAID AS [Company]', ', '''' AS [COMPANY]')
              + ',COUNT(*) AS [RowCount] FROM ' + @tableName + ' WITH (NOLOCK)'
              + IIF(COL_LENGTH(@tableName, 'DATAAREAID') IS NOT NULL, ' GROUP BY [DATAAREAID]', '')
              + ' HAVING COUNT(*) > 0';
              
       -- Insert statement results in temporary table
       INSERT INTO #jdm_count (TableName, Company, RecordCount)
              EXEC sp_executeSQL @statement;
 
       FETCH NEXT FROM cur_name INTO @tableName
END
 
CLOSE cur_name
DEALLOCATE cur_name
 
-- Display results
SELECT * FROM #jdm_count
ORDER BY RecordCount DESC, TableName, Company
 
DROP TABLE #jdm_count
SET NOCOUNT OFF
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